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that they are not respected only makes them more angry. chris: there's a class aspect to this, education aspect. sarah palin, for example, you have to be able to walk up to a microphone as a politician and say, she's uniquely qualified to be the president of the united states. >> you certainly have to be her ally in order to win republican votes. you cannot be a critic of her. you don't want a civil war breaking out in the party right now over how far to the loonie right do we go. at the same time, though. chris: so you're saying, you can't say words as a republican candidate. >> using the word nutty. >> that's the thing. it's going to depend. you say a lot of these candidates are going to win. i think the christine o'donnell case is the most interesting in delaware because she is the candidate that other republicans have singled out as not credible, period, not joe miller in alaska. chris: there are a lot of people that are favorites right now. the governor's race, down there in south carolina. john miller is probably win in alaska. there's aot l of people that are going to win that really like sarah palin
of it is sarah palin, vice president nominee in 2008, is spending time at a political party dinner in iowa. a hard trip to resist for any national political reporter so dan balz did not visit us and is there tonight. i spoke tom a few minutes ago. there you are in iowa with sarah palin. is this as obvious a move as it seems? >> everybody thinks it is. she's clearly at least testing out whether she should test the waters. so the anticipation of a candidacy is part of the discussion here in iowa, has been all week when it was clear she was going to do this. we obviously don't know what she's going to do but nobody comes to iowa who is in her position who isn't at least thinking about running and she gave another hint on that this afternoon in an interview with fox. gwen: what did she say? >> well, she was asked whether she would run. she said, if she thinks the country is ready to be shaken up, if she thinks the country is ready for that, then of course she would give it a real consideration and would be prepared to do it. she left herself some room not to run, obviously, but she certainly d
sarah palin has been in the national spotlight. making a political impact felt from washington to hollywood and, of course, in alaska. her life has changed and so has her family's. a cbs news correspondent nancy cordes tells us, those changes, according to a new report, aren't always flattering. >> we must restore america -- >> reporter: she's the republican party's top draw. and sarah palin's influence appears to be growing. she's backed 20 winning candidates in this year's primaries. but in an article published in this month's "vanity fair" author michael joseph gross claims palin is not who she appears to be. the story portrays palin as leading a life shrouded in secrecy, ewing fear to control those around her. >> everyone who was leaking, who was talking to the press has been cut out of her circle. >> reporter: the article gives new details about palin's heavily publicized campaign spending habits, saying she purchased over 400 items, including $3,000 on underwear and $20,000 on a new wardrobe for her husband. >> if you look through the campaign e-mails, through disclosures
on msnbc. >>> now to politics -- because fresh off of a trip to iowa, sarah palin is now saying for the first time that she may run for president. unless someone with the conservative credentials she thinks are right with america gets into the game. >> if nobody else wanted to step up, i would offer myself up in the name of service to the public, but, i also know anybody, anybody can make a huge difference in this country without a title, without an office, just being out there as an advocate for solutions that can work to get the country on the right track. that's where i am now. it's a comfortable place to be. >> democratic strategist tad divine and vin weber joins us now. vin, you heard sarah palin say, if nobody else wanted to step up, do you think that's the case that nobody else would step up. >> she left herself a very big out. first of all, a lot of candidates, especially if the republicans do well in the midterm elections, there's going to be a vulnerability on the part of president obama. we'll have many running. second of all, those candidates have seen the politics,
. of course, democrats like any split. democrats have plenty of their own splits, but sarah palin is a unique figure in this because she's endorsed very mainstream candidates from senator john mccain against a tea party favorite conservative candidate in j.d. hayworth. then kelly who won in new hampshire. she was the preferred choice there, but the going rogue candidate christina o'donnell has rosen onto the national stage, she's very conservative and democrats think they have a real chance to keep this seat in delaware now because she's far more conservative than the establishment moderate candidate who lost. >> okay. primaries are one thing, conservative voters are enthusiastic ahead of the midterms, be new a presidential election it all comes down to the independent vote. that's where it comes down to. what does it say about the prospects of a tea party candidate in 2012? >> all the primaries this year are shaking things up. far, far away a lot of the candidates like mitt romney who have been quietly laying the groundwork with more traditional visits to iowa and new hampshire and south car
reaction from the republican nominee and tea party favorite, joe miller. >>> plus, sarah palin and 2012. with her string of success in the primaries, we will ask our sunday panel if she is now the the frontrunner for the gop presidential nomination. and with the primary season all but in the books we'll look at what wild week it was on the trail. all right now on "fox news sunday." >> chris: and hello again from fox news from n. washington. this is not the program we were planning to bring you. kristine o'donnell the surprise winner of the republican senate primary in delaware agreed to come here live in washington today to take our questions. however, late friday night her campaign canceled saying o'donnell was exhausted and had to return to delaware. saturday morning o'donnell called me and said this "i got triple booked. i had been invited to go to church and then a picnic. i have to keep my priorities to delaware voters ." so we begin today when someone who has been critical of o'donnell master republican strategist karl rove. you have come under a lot of fire from critics for criti
: michael joseph grosz of the "vanity fair" has a 10,000 work. -- a 10,000 words essay about sarah palin. there are the numbers on the screen. she gives a speech and the media write about it. there is a fascination in this country with sarah palin and we want to find out what it is. you can also send us a tweet and e-mail. here is the cover story from vanity fair "sarah palin, the sound and fury." that is the lead in the michael joseph gross story. sarah palin's connection with her audience is complete. people admirer are convinced she is just like them and this conviction seems to satisfy their curiosity about the objective facts of her life. getttle bit more before we to your calls. palance divisive way of stating things. i mean, she has a negative thing to say about everything, everything. and she makes up things as she goes. could you imagine her of running a country with 300 million people in it? host: dorothy, when sarah palin talks, to you read the article or watch the news? caller: i watch the news constantly. i watch you every morning. i have watched her and seen her comments. i
on the republican party and specifically sarah palin. >> this is not even your father's republican party. these folks don't want to talk. these folks don't want to enter into a compromise. they don't want to come up with practical solutions. i know what they're against. what i don't know is what they're for. >> what do you have to teach democrats about how to stop the palin, no relationship, by the way, the palin o'donnell phenomenal? >> take the boat seriously. treat them with respect, debate their ideas, don't get diverted by all these silly things they may or may not have said that have nothing to do with policy. this is a wake-up call to democrats. we have to show up and we have to make our case and focus on the differences, not the personalities. >> lawrence o'donnell off to a big start tonight at 10:00 p.m. eastern time on "the last word" his guest, levi johnson. >>> president obama kicks off a three-state cross-country trip this morning in an effort to generate voter enthusiasm ahead of the november midterm elections. the president's tour starts in new mexico where he will hold a
week, sarah palin. this is her party now. the only question is what she wants to do herself. run or stand back on the sidelines. get out on the field or play quarterback or grab the megaphone as the party's number one cheerleader. the new story today was senate nominee christine o'donnell. she may win. she may not. in delaware, but progressives are poised to underestimate her. by the way, o'donnell was on "hardball" as far back as 2002 talking about the ten commandments. plus, jon stewart announced his rally to restore sanity in washington last night. can he do for liberals and progressives what glenn beck did for conservatives a week ago? three decades after kennedy challenged carter for the nomination, in 1980, carter says we could have had comprehensive health care reform in the '70s, but kennedy wanted to deny ca carter any success. >>> do republicans think she's presidential? or even vice presidential material? just answer the question, please. let's start with this brave, new republican party and what it means for 2012. let's take a look at something pretty pa they will the
wasn't in today's obama-bashing viewers values summit here in washington, sarah palin. this is her parent now. the only question is what she wants to do herself, run or stand back of the sidelines? get on the field, or play quarterback or grab the megaphone as the party's number one cheerleader? well the shining new story news summit was nominee christine o'donnell. she may win, she may not. in delaware. but progressives are fools to underestimate her, and even more so for underestimating the voter attitude. or as they say in philly, at-e-tude that told her nomination. o'donnell was on "hardball" as far back as 2002 talking about ten commandments. we'll show you a clip of that from the old days. >>> and plus john stewart released his rally to restore sanity last night in washington. can stewart do for liberals and progressives for what glenn beck did for conservatives and right wingers a week ago? talk about the hard feelings. three decades after ted kennedy challenged jimmy carter for the democratic nomination in 1980, carter says, we could have had comprehensive health care refor
a bad week. the candidate with a good week, sarah palin. this is her party now. the only question is what she wants to do herself. run or stand back on the sidelines. get out on the field or play quarterback or grab the megaphone as the party's number one cheerleader. the new story today was senate nominee christine o'donnell. she may win. she may not. in delaware, but progressives are poised to underestimate her. by the way, o'donnell was on "hardball" as far back as 2002 talking about the ten commandments. plus, jon stewart announced his rally to restore sanity in washington last night. can he do for liberals and progressives what glenn beck did for conservatives a week ago? three decades after kennedy challenged carter for the nomination, in 1980, carter says we could have had comprehensive health care reform in the '70s, but kennedy wanted to deny carter any success. >>> do republicans think she's presidential? or even vice presidential material? just answer the question, please. let's start with this brave, new republican party and what it means for 2012. let's take a look at
for the senate nomination in delaware. she won with the backing of sarah palin and the south carolina governor and rush limbaugh and sean hannity. how do you feel three days later? >> all buckley always said to support the most right-wing candidate that is a delectable. i think they broke that rule and it could cost republicans control of the senate. >> it looks like we have this anger we have been talking about and this looks like a temper tantrum that ran amok. there have been some tea party candidates that have been nominated and have sent a message and made a statement and can win and compete in the fall. in this case, she was going to have to run against the democratic party and much of the republican party as well. >> in addition to the buckley rule, ronald reagan also had an 11th commandment which is not talk badly of another republican in public. they have a lot to say about christine o'donnell. the republicans south carolina senator said he has been in races with republicans who have no principles. >> ronald reagan had a 80% rule which someone who is with us 80% of the time is our fri
. >> chris: add to that, everyone from sarah palin to michelle malcon. karl, the argument seems to be you're part of the republican establishment and you feel threatened by the tea party. >> well, this is actually about what is a winning strategy? there are serious questions that have been raised about miss o'donnell's background character, statement and previous actions. you can either say we're going to ignore those questions and plan on people's dissatisfaction with barack obama and his policies, with all the spending, deficit and debt and the obama healthcare plan and ignore the personal questions and count on people's animosity toward those obama actions in order to win the election. or you can take the perspective i do which is people are not going to hear these arguments about president obama and his policies and what the democrats are doing in washington as long as the questions are out there. frankly, here is the data. if you take a look at primaries like those in nevada, kentucky, colorado, missouri, florida where a republican, strong conservative won the primary, they immediate
coulter. did she really say that sarah palin is more influential than the president? why did she call some republicans whining babies? we'll talk tax cuts, taerpts and christine o'donnell's link to witchcraft. stephen colbert, was he making congress or making a point? ann coulter and marc lame melaml face off. i'll referee. that's next on larry kick live. good evening, our second week in new york and we kick it off with -- they lined up the wrong way. ann kulter is on the left, conservative commentator, "new york times" best selling author. and mark lam mo nt hill, professor at columbia university. he hosts the tv news magazine series "all world with black enterprise" on cable tv's one. you said in a recent interview, ann, you don't really want republicans to win both houses. why? >> well, part of is justi justification for what i think was going to happen. i never thought the republicans could take a senate because only a third of the senators are up in any one election cycle, and it happens that the third that are up this year come from very blue states. i mean, california, new york, ore
. [applaus [applause]. >> bret: sarah palin has inspired a list of conservative female candidates, but is she going to run for president? delaware's christine o'donnell appears before a summit in washington and nevada's sharon angle courts g.o.p. leaders. elizabeth warren on the new administration post that did not require confirmation. this is special report. good evening, i'm bret baier. sarah palin heads a fundraiser in the state that launched and shot down many presidential hopes and dreams. chief political correspondent carl cameron is in des moines, iowa with palin's answer to the million dollar question, will she run? >> even before arriving sarah palin's first trip without a book tour to iowa made news in the home of 2012 caucuses. >> freedom is a god given right. >> after quitting as governor alaska she's the tea party's most recognizable face. since the presidential bid she's refused to rule out a 2012 white house run and says it will depend on we, the people. >> if the american people were to be ready for someone who is willing to shake it up and willing to get back to time tested
? sarah palin. this is her party now. the only question is what she wants to do herself, run or stand back at the sidelines, and get out of the field and play quarterback or grab the mega phone as the party's number one cheerleader. today's summit was o'donnell. he may win or not, in delaware, but progressives are fools to underestimate her or the voter attitude. and that's what led to her nomination. o'donnell was on "hardball" as far back as 2002, and we will show you that later. and then rally to restore sanity. well, let's talk about the hard feelings. three decades after ted kennedy challenged carter for the democratic nomination, carter said we could have had comprehensive health care reform in the 1970s, but kennedy wanted to deny carter success. >>> and then palin. answer the question, please, let's start with the brave new republican party. let's go to our analysts. here is mitt romney trying to talk like a tea partier in today's value voter's summit. >> if only he had been in fact transparent and uniting as he pledged in his campaign, then perhaps he could have delivered in his p
. everybody wants to jump in there. we have the actor who is are news makers,like sarah palin and john boehner willing to go along with this. >> lawrence, last thought here. what public good did boehner or palin do by linking the mosque with this absurdity? the attempt to ruin everything in the world by saying yeah, we're over there feeding you guys, trying to getton an electric zbrid, trying to get you the hospital, taking care of the wounded, by the way. we hate your god. we're going to burn the bible on world television. we'll give you just what the enemy wants. this could have been bin laden's favorite weekend. second favorite. >> it seems like boehner and palin painted the imaginary route out of this situation for this guy. he heard him say that. okay. now that's my position. he in his imagination has cheafed that. i think what you saw in his press statement was a road map laid out by john boehner and sarah palin. >> we have the cultural world all together hire now. thank you, eugene robinson. we were trying to get ariana on tonight. she's so busy. lawrence o'donnell and savannah guthr gu
it is the right thing to do. >> here is sarah palin on her facebook page. people have a constitutional right to burn a koran if they want to, but doing so is insensitive and an unnecessary provocation, much like building a mosque at ground zero. howard, that preacher down there, whatever we think of him and we think of the quality of his mind, never mentioned the mosque. never came up, ever, ever, ever until the three stooges of america said they were going to make this an issue. they did it successfully to the point where he got the message. and his congregation began singing from the same prayer book. >> this is dominating the news once again. i talked to a top adviser to the president about what their goal was for the press conference today. i went to the press conference. it was to deal with the economy and deal as this guy said, with stray cats and dogs. this is not a stray cat and dog. the republicans are turning into a lion and tiger. >> why are they turning it to the mosque? because they know that issue's going to continu >> that issue continues, and t numbers quite frankly just the
. >>> "nbc nightly news" is next. we'll seyou ba >>> center stage. sarah palin in iowa, a visit that's raising big questions about her future and the party's. >>> drawing a crowd. of the faithful and the furious. >> we don't want him here! >> we don't want him here! >> strong words tonight from the pope in london. >>> taking aim. hurricane igor bears down on bermuda as the cleanup begins in the wake of another killer storm. >>> and miracle mom. a young mother of three defies death and now she's using her life to make a difference. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good evening. coming off of a drama of some of this week's state primary contests, believe it or not, not all the political focus these days is on the november midterm elections. the run-up to the 2012 presidential campaign is also slowly starting to build. tonight, those handicapping the potential republican challengers are trying to figure out what to make of sarah palin's high profile appearance this weekend in a place where presidential runs usually get off the ground. nbc's mike viqueira is in washingto
to be following the same trajectory that sarah palin went through in 2008. that trajectory from more or less profound obscuity to instant nationwide stardom. i'm speaking of christine o'donnell from delaware. she's scheduled for her first high-profile right wing event in washington, d.c. tomorrow morning at the value voters thingy. >>> when john mccain picked sarah palin to be his running mate in 2008, the national response was -- let's let meghan mccain say it. >> my initial response was who the hell is sarah palin, like everybody else. >> it was a collective nationwide, who. after we figured out the answer to that question, and boyhowdy did we, the next thing that everybody realized, the instant, real universal analysis of mccain's choice was that it would help the mccain campaign attract women voters. obviously it would. that's totally rational analysis. you will get women voters because you are picking a woman candidate. >> obviously this is a signal to women voters in particular, because the mccain campaign has been trying very hard to attract women voters. >> mccain is counting on the
's interview straight ahead. now to politics here at home and sarah palin's quote mama grizzlies are roaring into the midterms. palin's efforts have pro-poled one little-known candidates into the national spotlight and given republican women a new momentum heading into november. jess macintosh is a spokesperson for emily's list which is a national organization dedicated to electing pro-choice women to office. >> thanks for having me. >> i imagine it's a bitter sweet for a group like yours. on the one hand you're dedicated to electing women. on the other hand, the women who seem to have all of the momentum right now really don't agree with your basic platform. >> there's a lot of talk this year about it being the year of the gop woman. at emily's list it is always the year of the woman. it's always what we're trying to do, promote more women running, more pro-choice democratic women. >> wait a minute, that's different, because -- >> right. >> are you happy in just in abstract sense to have more women in public life no matter their political views? >> absolutely. but let's give credit where cr
. sarah palin goes to a presidential proving ground to rally the troops. >>> what has lindsay lohan done now that could put her back behind bars? >>> good morning, everyone. welcome to msnbc saturday. i'm alex witt. just past 11:00 here on the east coast, 8:00 a.m. on the west coast. >>> that blown-out well on the bottom of the gulf coast could be sealed today. now they're working to make sure that well is stopped for good. kristen dahlgren is live for us in venice, louisiana. so another good morning. how is it going at this point? >> reporter: hey, good morning, alex. we're still waiting for any word to come from about 50 miles off the coast here where that operation is under way. the last we heard from bp was some time yesterday afternoon that they had started the cementing process. that started at about 1:30 local time. it was expected to take a few hours. then they needed to let that cement cure. after that they were going to do their pressure test. then at that point they would be able to declare this well killed, that it would never again leak any oil into the gulf of mexico. they
, ann coulter, did she really say that sarah palin is more influential than the president? why did she call some republicans whining babies? we are going to talk tax cuts, tea party, christine o'donnell's link to wish craft, stephen colbert, was he mocking congress or making a point? >> this is america. >> ann coulter and marc lamont hill face off, right versus left. i will referee, next on "larry king live." >>> good evening our second week in new york, we kick it off with -- they lined up the wrong way, ann caughter is on the left. conservative commentator, "new york times" best selling author. her most recent book is "guilty, liberal victims and their assault on america" and marc lamont hill, professor at columbia university. he hosts the tv news magazine series, "our world with black enterprise" on cable tv's one and in syndication as well. we thank them both for.coulding. you said in a recent interview, app, you really don't want republicans to win both houses. why? >> well part of it is justification for what i think was going to happen. i never thought republicans could take a s
and restore her honor! >> sarah palin joins glenn beck and thousands of americans at the restoring honor rally in washington. but despite the nonpolitical tone of the event, the mainstream media attacked. let's face it, the moment may have been religious and nominally, nonpartisan, but the movement was anything, but. >> jon: a twitter trap with a bogus message is sent and the media take the bait. who got stung the worse. >> jon: environmental militant or disturbed kook? how did the press label and report the discovery channel gunman and why does it matter? and the media take note of the president's vacation schedule, the late night swipe. on our panel this week, new york post columnist kirsten powers and washington managing editor, bill salmon, jim pinkerton fellow new america foundation and news day columnist elliss henican. i'm jon scott, fox news watch is on right now. straight from his martha's vineyard vacation, president obama gave the world only his second oval office address taking some prime time to talk about the end of combat orangeses in iraq and then the economy and the next day h
like to call a rhino, republican in name only. so sarah palin was never going to endorse him. >> even though he probably could have won it that's why biden's son didn't run against him. everybody stand by. susan i hope we can get your picture up. still more as the panel probes the power of palin. the former governor hints at a run for the white house. can tea party libertarians and social conservatives coexist? i will ask tony perkins president of the family research council who is coming up and we will investigate why the country has gone crazy for snooki she is a mmm air. snook a priest regularly performs ex or sichl this one on a woman who stomach pain believed to be caused by the devil inside her. accompanied traditional music the priests incantation built to a crescendo then in a moment of [ male announcer ] what if we told you there's a new utility vehicle o there with the most advanced engine in its class? that it has three cylinrs with dual overhead cams? that it has 50 horsepow? and intense acceleration? now what if we told you it was a john deere? prepare to have your expect
, sarah palin. >> couric: tonight, sarah palin. can she see the white house from iowa? >> you betcha! >> couric: meanwhile, there are calls for a criminal investigation of another rising g.o.p. star. i'm katie couric. also tonight, ambush in afghanistan. american soldiers under fire. one is shot in the helmet and survives. a tree falls in brooklyn and more in queens, but was it a tornado that swept through new york city? and we'll end the week by spinning a few records and watching them go down. captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news world headquarters in new york, this is the "cbs evening news" with katie couric. >> couric: good evening, everyone. we don't know if sarah palin intends to enter the presidential race. the only failed vice presidential candidate in modern times who ever went on to win the white house was franklin roosevelt. but the former governor of alaska is at the traditional starting line tonight-- iowa. and our latest cbs news/"new york times" poll, only 20% of americans overall have a favorable opinion of palin. but 50% of republicans do. and those are the vote
for human consumption. >> ifill: judy woodruff looks at the political power of sarah palin, with reporters libby casey of alaska public radio and jeff zeleny of the "new york times." anybody spots new tennis shoes the headline is going to be, vanity fair, they're going to say palin in iowa decides to run. >> brown: and ray suarez talks with angela kocherga of belo television on the latest killing of a journalist in the mexican drug wars. >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> ifill: the low, slow vote count was under way in afghanistan today as the country selected a new parliament. saturday's election was marked by uneven turnout, taliban attacks, and widespread claims >> there may be no better example of how dangerous it can be to hold an election in a war zone that occurred during this interview
ask you, real people, not politicos is what sarah palin says. is that an effective message? >> it an effective message. there's real questions about where the money comes have and the consultants that are tied to this established, old-time republican operatives. it's interesting to sort of see, you know, are they using the anger and frustration of so many of these people for their own political gain for the establishment. >> joe, you're nodding. yeah, this is for me, a work in progress because i've sort of been looking into the financial funding. the spokesperson for is on the record saying their money comes from things like health care professional, believe it or not, which is fascinating. from, you know, financial concerns, retirees, and one of the big questions, of course, is how much charles and david cook, the big conservative funders, are actually putting into that. it's not clear to me, i mean, i don't know that. so it's sort of dribs and drabs. >> first of all, i think we have our new york guest joining us, john avalon and erick erickson joining us.
again. christine o'donnell takes the senate primary with the backing of the tea party and sarah palin. >> it will be hard work. but we can win. >> she beat mike castle, a moderate. >> the of voters have spoken and i respect that decision. >> voters are angry with the status quo. >> just because voters are angry does not mean they will judge candidates with the same set of criteria. >> recent victories are good for conservatives possible bad news for republicans trying to win control of congress in november. >> anything can happen over the next couple of weeks. >> the republican party has said it will not fund christine o'donnell's general election campaign. live in washington, i am kate amara, wbal-tv 11 news. >> very interesting. how are some of the other big race is shaping up? crashed charlie rangel easily won his race in new york. adrian fenty is ousted in the primary. he it basically will be out after november 2. an interesting race shaping up is new hampshire. it may prove to be a real show of the power of sarah palin. the race remains too close to call. there are about 1000 vot
was newt gingrich. sarah palin came in fifth. >>> busy local bridges are closed, the chain bridge and the frederick douglass bridge were both closed last night for structural repairs. that means there is no access to them for motorists, cyclists, or pedestrians. both are expected to reopen at 5:00 a.m. monday. the chain bridge will close again each of the next three weekends in october. >>> very nice saturday night. it brought about the rest of the weekend -- what about the rest of the weekend? brian van degraff is in the weather center. >> we are watching a gorgeous weekend developing. it is fitting because this is the last full weekend of summer, as we switchover to fall. the weatherbug network temperatures cooling off nicely, upper 70's, 80 degrees. 62 rockville. leesburg 59, 57 warrenton. 58 la plata. we are cooling off nicely. in the morning, 50's downtown, 40's in the suburbs. we warm to the upper 80's to more. afternoon clouds, but a very nice finished the weekend. >>> coming up, igor on the move. bermuda tourists are trying to leave before the storm makes landfall. plus, a
qualify that. rush limbaugh and sarah palin is on one side. >> when my liberal colleagues agree with me i get alarmed. i have to read calibrate my position. if this was an isolated race and if republicans were going to end up in a minority, if it is about who would represent daware and you want to take a shot in the tea party candidate that is fine. at issue is she will be in charge of the senate judiciary committee. willoughby charles schumer for senator orrin hatch? that is what is at stake here. that is why there was such anxiety and the establishment this is another chance to stop the obama revolution and jeopardized because of one candidate. i think that is simply a tactical mistake. >> there is an interest in the ideology that the tea party has been to the debate. they will not tolerate this. >> who wins delaware? >> i don't know but there is a possibility of a true title way. -- tidal wave. she is kind of perky and queued and people like that. i don't think it is impossible. i don't is impossible for her to win. >> some critics say the tea party decide to qualifies as a republican
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